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The Supreme Court of India | Photo: Manisha Mondal | ThePrint

SC asks Modi govt to immediately review communication restrictions in J&K

Supreme Court says suspension of internet services for indefinite period will be subjected to judicial scrutiny.
PM Narendra Modi with IAS probationary officers, at the Statue of Unity in Kevadia, Gujarat on 31 October

New IAS, IPS, IRS officers will ‘adopt’ & mentor a teen under Modi govt’s unique programme

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Mehbooba Mufti

Shift Mehbooba Mufti to location more suitable for winter, urges her daughter

PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti's daughter Iltija said her mother, currently lodged in a guesthouse, has low levels of vitamin D, hemoglobin and Calcium.
Delhi Public School in Srinagar | Praveen Jain | ThePrint

Private schools in Kashmir hold annual exams, but classrooms remain mostly empty

The move to hold the annual examinations was aimed at bringing children back to school at a time when the Valley is in the midst of a civil shutdown.

On Camera

Sara Ali Khan poses during trailer launch of "Love Aaj Kal" in Mumbai | PTI

‘What does Sara Ali Khan do?’ Wears her third-gen privilege proudly in Bollywood

Her forthcoming film Love Aaj Kal with Imtiaz Ali is proof that Sara Ali Khan isn’t going to wait around for her Karan Johar. She’ll chart her own path.

BJP vs AAP memes: Have Delhi elections been reduced to a battle of IT cells?

The campaigning for Delhi assembly election seems to have become a meme fest between the IT cells of the BJP and AAP.


Asif Ghafoor

‘Twitter General’ Asif Ghafoor is no longer Pakistan military’s spokesperson

Asif Ghafoor has been sent to Infantry Division. Major Gen. Babar Iftikhar will be new director general of Inter-Services Public Relations, Pakistan military’s publicity wing.

Under Modi-Shah, BJP is back to being the Bharatiya ‘Baniya’ Party

BJP under Modi-Shah is returning to its protectionist, anti-MNC, technophobic old notions, underlining that strong governments can also be more risk-averse.